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From "Bill Barker" <wbar...@wilshire.com>
Subject Re: [DAEMON] Need to get some patches committed
Date Mon, 05 Jan 2009 01:54:39 GMT

"Jack Cai" <greensight@gmail.com> wrote in message 
news:5e7fd1eb0901032146i6f22c558l68416ccf1061405@mail.gmail.com...
> So if the project PMC still see the value of procrun but has difficulty to
> have a current committer interested in maintaining it, I'm more than glad 
> to
> help. I don't have the credit that Mark has. But I have spent quite some
> time with the source code of procrun and am pretty confident to maintain 
> it.
> I also have ICLA in place (appears as Jun Jie Cai), and has been a
> contributor to the Geronimo and Harmony project. And more importantly, I
> have a good motivation. Still your call...
>

The fact that *I* don't want to spend my spare cycles on procrun doesn't 
mean it is unmaintained.  For the last few years Mladen has been doing a 
very good job of maintaining procrun.  It is a pretty mature product now, 
and works very well.  However, I'm sure that Mladen will agree that patches 
are always welcome :).

> -Jack Cai
>
> 2009/1/4 Bill Barker <wbarker@wilshire.com>
>
>>
>> "Mark Thomas" <markt@apache.org> wrote in message
>> news:495DF12A.3010500@apache.org...
>> > Bill Barker wrote:
>> >> "Mark Thomas" <markt@apache.org> wrote in message
>> >> news:495CC923.5020403@apache.org...
>> >>> Folks,
>> >>>
>> >>> I have been working through some Tomcat bug reports and there are a
>> >>> number
>> >>> of
>> >>> commons-daemon issues - eg [1] - that are also in JIRA [2]. I'd very
>> >>> much
>> >>> like
>> >>> to see these issues get fixed. It appears I am not the only one in 
>> >>> this
>> >>> position
>> >>> [3].
>> >>>
>> >>
>> >> Yeah, I don't have access to a MAC, so have been reluctant to commit
>> >> MAC-specific changes.
>> >
>> > Completely understandable. I have a Mac and I can re-create the issue. 
>> > I
>> > was
>> > planning to take a more detailed look this weekend.
>> >
>> >  As a non-PMC committer to commons, Mark has my
>> >> (non-binding) +1 to becoming a commons commiter.
>> >>
>> >>> A review of the mail archives suggests daemon has been rather quiet
>> >>> lately
>> >>> with
>> >>> little to no commit activity.
>> >>>
>> >>
>> >> It's mostly a very mature project. Now that the holidays are over, I 
>> >> was
>> >> planning on reviewing daemon issues over the weekend.  But still won't
>> >> commit patches for platforms I can't test on.
>> >
>>
>> I've done a blind commit of the patches for DAEMON-98. I think it fixes 
>> Mac
>> 10.4, but don't know about 10.5 (or even 10.4 for that matter, since I
>> don't
>> have access to a Mac).
>>
>> > Great. Let me know if there are any others you can't test. If I don't
>> have
>> > a
>> > vmware image for the OS then I'll almost certainly have access to a
>> > machine
>> > through work.
>> >
>>
>> Not all that interested in the Windows version (aka procrun), at least
>> until
>> it becomes an issue for my day job ;)
>>
>> I could apply patches to DAEMON-91 (if available).  Don't have access to
>> freebsd, so DAEMON-94 needs a patch before I can do anything.  I might 
>> take
>> on DAEMON-94 for the Sun JVM only, but I don't like JVM specific patches 
>> in
>> general.
>>
>> > Mark
>>
>>
>>
>>
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